Laureate of the USSR State Prize named after Stalin
She graduated from the Voronezh Mariinsky Gymnasium in 1915, studied at the Moscow Higher Courses for Women in 1915-1918 and at the Faculty of History and Philology of the Voronezh State University since 1918.
In the early 1920s, she worked in the studio theater of the Provincial Department of Public Education, where she played the role of Columbine (Rudolf Lothar's “Jester on the Throne”). Then she performed in theaters in Tula, Krasnovodsk, and Stalinsk. Since the end of the 1930s, she had been an artist of the Russian Drama Theater in Ashgabat and in 1949-1953 of the Odessa Drama Theater of the Soviet Army. Since 1954 she had been an actress of the Lviv Russian Drama Theater.